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Hello

i want to chnage the fan on my ULTRA to somthing more powerfull
i can get TT smart case fan 2 or Scythe ULTA KAZE (only from thos 2 models)
wich one will give me better results with my TRUE
noise is not relevent


thank you ,
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Ultra Kaze will perform better, but is that all you're limited too?
yes only those two

could you explain why ?
TT have more MM-H2O then the Scythe so shouldnt he be better for my TRUE (cuz high CFM have little to non effect)
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The Ultra Kaze should have more static pressure because it is a 38mm fan, the Thermaltake fan is only 25mm.

The Ultra Kaze would be the better of the two.
thats my problem
the Scythe have static pressure of 6.02 and air flow of 133CFM
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coo...n-roundup.html
while the TT have SP of 6.57 and AF of 95CFM
http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Produc...4&ID=1726#Tab1

i know that for CPU coolers the Static pressure more importent then air flow
but im not sure if the 0.55(SP) lose in the scythe wothe the extra CFM it gives ?
I don't think the thermaltake specs are accurate, I don't see how a 25mm fan has more static pressure than 38mm, especially a high speed one at that.
IMO the Ultra Kaze will preform better, and last longer. That, and I just dont like Thermaltakes fans, lol.
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Originally Posted by cs_maan View Post
I don't think the thermaltake specs are accurate, I don't see how a 25mm fan has more static pressure than 38mm, especially a high speed one at that.
the TT have more RPM it might be the answer
and according to TT specs it have longer life span then this scythe
please dont adivce on personal filings or likings ,i need facts
from what i know TT facks the noise specs but never heard that they lied about the power of the fan

thanks
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the silverstone 120mm fan is very quite and moves alot of air! very cheap too look for it on newegg
im limited to the 2 models i give
newegg dont send stuff to my country

i dont need high CFM fan (i have slipstream 1900RPM for that )
but thanks for the advise
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The Scythe specs are kind of accurate, the TT specs aren't even close to being true. Go for the Ultra Kaze, 38mm fans have more static pressure.
I can already feel your Jet rig taking off !!!
thnak you all
i guess i will buy a scythe
About the TT fans, they may have a longer lifespan but are not better than the Ultra Kaze in static pressure. I agree with Marin's post, as I was trying to say the same (or nearly the same) thing.

, good luck though, and you will not be disappointed with the Ultra Kaze.
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